During a 12-hours long livestream, artists, architects, designers, writers and scientists shared their ideas, thoughts and projects on the theme of “Longue Durée”.

“Longue Durée” literally means “long duration”. It is a view of history first introduced by the French historian Fernand Braudel. Braudel's “Longue Durée” allows us to interpret crises as opportunities for fundamental structural change. Art is one of the means by which we can reimagine existing paradigms to accommodate new discoveries and create new realities.

Curated by Daniel Baumann, Bice Curiger, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Philip Ursprung.

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